Cardinals OLB Markus Golden (foot), ILB Deone Bucannon (ankle) and DE Robert Nkemdiche (hamstring) enter training camp with injuries.
Analysis: Golden, the Cardinals' reigning sack leader, is battling plantar fasciitis and while his situation doesn't appear to be anything serious now, this is an injury that can potentially linger for months and could ultimately factor into Golden's effectiveness, if not playing time, in 2017. Bucannon, on the other hand, is aiming to be back for Week 1 after undergoing ankle surgery in May but isn't certain to be ready in time. Fortunately, if Golden or Bucannon were to miss any action, Arizona has one of the deepest linebacking rotations in the league that was only further bolstered by the selection of Haason Reddick in the first round of the draft. The greatest concern on the defense remains on the defensive line, which was already thin before Robert Nkemdiche hurt his hamstring during OTAs. He should be ready to go sometime in training camp, but if he suffers any sort of setback the defensive front will be in serious trouble. by Rotowire.com